In this episode of #AskPaulKirtley I answer questions on how to get the most out of fungi forays, what exactly do I mean by “dead, standing wood for firewood”, how to learn more about edible fungi, what is the one thing which would see me survive in the wilds, time management on trips, badger latrines, how to process oak inner bark for tinder, other bushcraft and nature podcasts, and knots, lashings and bushcraft basics.
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Tree Felling For Winter Firewood: Axe and Saw
The Woodcrafter Course
The Tim Ferriss Podcast
Sumo Survival Podcast
Nature Aventure Survie Podcast
The Paul Kirtley Podcast
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